Study in Tasmania
The small island-state of Tasmania in southern Australia offers loads of study opportunities in a truly beautiful natural environment. So why study in Tasmania? A beautiful natural environment with a wide range of programs at both university and college levels.
So what are my options to study in Tasmania?
The University of Tasmania is a comprehensive university offering a wide range of courses. UTas, as it is known, offers some great programs in the natural sciences including; Biology, Environment, Geography and Wilderness Studies. In addition, there are some really interesting and innovative programs on offer at the Australian Maritime College (AMC). These include; Maritime Engineering and Hydrodynamics, Business and Maritime International Logistics, Coastal Engineering and Ocean Seafaring. Set in Launceston, The AMC is also a key partner in the Antarctic Gateway Partnership. And if you are interested in architecture you should check out the programs at UTas. It is a truly outstanding School of Architecture. (http://www.utas.edu.au/courses/study/architecture-and-design) Wow! The facilities and spaces are amazing.
The Department of Technical and Further Education, otherwise known as TAFE, offers a wide range of programs at Certificate and Diploma level. Some of these programs will lead to academic credit at university. These programs also lead to very good employment outcomes. Courses include; accounting, business, computing, commercial cooking, guiding, hospitality, nursing and tourism & hospitality.
There are two key locations of study in Tasmania. These are Hobart and the smaller city of Launceston. Cost of living in either of these cities is considerably less than Sydney or Melbourne and will suit students who are looking for a different lifestyle. If you love the outdoors (camping, bushwalking, canoeing etc.) Tasmania is the place for you. Study in Tasmania is for those seeking the great outdoors, a smaller and more friendly study environment.
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